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Pages from an architect's notebook. George Repton: his drawings for a model farm at Long Ditton and for a greenhouse and bridge at Albury Park

NIGEL TEMPLE

These two reports concern mainly the designs for three buildings intended for Surrey estates. Two of them – a bridge-like structure and a greenhouse – were named as for Albury Park, and the third – a model farm – for the owner of Southborough House. Although it is possible that none of the designs was realised on these sites, the drawings for them made by George Repton between c1800 and c1818 are not without interest. In pursuing their possible origins and destinations we are taken also to a forgotten garden (possibly by Humphry Repton) in Bedfordshire, and to two little-known houses in the New Forest, by John Nash.

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